Home of Beatrix Potter, dramatic landscapes and fascinating history.
You can’t beat the fun you have in the great outdoors and creating family memories to last a lifetime. In the Lake District, we're coming to you with our top things to try this summer.
The Lakes may be better known for dramatic landscapes than intimate country gardens, but there are some real gems waiting to be explored.
2016 marks a special anniversary for us in the Lake District as it's 150 years since Beatrix Potter was born. We’ve got lots to celebrate - see what’s planned for the spring and summer.
Find out about our latest news, offers and general availability this spring and summer.
Fancy taking to the fells, paths or lakeshores in the heart of the Lake District? Pull on your boots and step outdoors – here are a selection of our favourite walks this season.
Keswick Mountain Festival and National Trust have teamed up to raise money to repair flood damage to Cat Bells. Record-breaking fell runner Steve Birkinshaw came along to help out.
We've just re-opened one of the Lake District’s earliest tourist and cultural hotspots - Claife Viewing Station. Take in panoramic views of Lake Windermere.
Get closer to dramatic mountain views, and some of our friendliest local residents at this iconic beauty spot, Tarn Hows.
It’s the only National Trust run pub in the country and we’re running it with the best local food and ales. Relax after a day of adventure in this magnificent valley.
Aira Force, a tumbling waterfall drops an impressive 65ft and can be reached by an enchanting stroll through ancient woodland and landscaped glades. The perfect place for a family walk and picnic.
Beatrix Potter's 17th-century farmhouse: a time-capsule of her life
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